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Las noticias más recientes, comentarios y análisis sobre las escuelas, colegios y universidades, educación superior y más extensa en la región y noticias sobre la enseñanza y la educación superior y su problemática alrededor del mundo.

July, 2017

  • 15 July

    XVII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF VETERINARY IN MEXICALI TOOK PLACE

    By: Laura Davidson Mexicali.- The XVII INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF THE COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE IN LOW SPECIES OF BAJA CALIFORNIA A.C ” was held at the State Convention Center, ICBC State Arts Center. Students and professionals of veterinary and zootechnical medicine gathered on June 8-9 and 10 to attend the …

  • 11 July

    The Imperial County Office of Education celebrated the Special Education Community Awards

    Imperial County – Imperial Valley School District Superintendents have honored 3 individuals for outstanding support to students with a disability.    The eighth annual SELPA Community Advisory Committee (CAC) awards were presented to Norma Nava, Imperial Valley College;  Alan Phillips, CEO California Mid-winter Fair and Bethany Carson, Brawley Union High School Special Education …

June, 2017

  • 22 June

    CETYS University is looking forward to making history in the NCAA

    Continuing with an ambitious journey to become the first Mexican member of The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), CETYS has captured international attention with articles published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, and others about it. The international media highlighted the challenges faced by the institution and the benefits of …

  • 14 June

    DELIVERY OF IME-SCHOLARSHIPS TO IMPERIAL VALLEY COLLEGE STUDENTS

    On Monday, June 12, at 5:30 pm at the William Thornburg Administration Board Room, building 10 of Imperial Valley College, IME BECAS Scholarship checks were delivered to students of Mexican origin who are currently studying at the Imperial Valley College. Benefited students received their scholarships from Dr. Victor Jaime, President …

May, 2017

  • 27 May

    THERE IS A NEW MILLIONAIRE THANKS TO CETYS RAFFLE

    In addition CETYS raffle distributed 1 million pesos and 4 prizes of 500 thousand pesos. One million dollars was the prize Juan from the city of Ensenada won, thanks to ticket 140222 of CETYSorteo Millonario edition number 75  which took place this Friday, May 26th. The event was held at …

  • 21 May

    BAJA CALIFORNIA STATE GOVERNMENT PAYS HISTORICAL CONTRACT TEACHERS BONUS

           Delivery of contract teachers’ checks and deposits start. MEXICALI, BC- Sunday, May 21, 2017. In order to comply with the commitment to the teaching profession, the current state administration, headed by the State Governor, Francisco Vega de Lamadrid, began with electronic transfers and paychecks of debts owed by concept of …

  • 5 May

    MEXICALI CHILDREN CELEBRATE PUBLIC OFFICE POSITIONS FOR ONE DAY

    By: Laura Davidson. Mexicali.- Last April 28, fifty children who are at sixth grade in elementary school took oath to occupy the different positions in the 22nd City of Mexicali cabinet, where they had the opportunity to live the experience of working in public office. For the selection process, a …

April, 2017

  • 2 April

    Technology Trends, Key for Entrepreneurship

    The new trends in technology are changing the way we live: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Drones, Augmented Reality, 3D Printing; Therefore, we need to know where they are headed and their evolution. This offers an opportunity to develop business models and take advantage in the market. This was discussed by …

December, 2016

  • 29 December

    Head Start is poorly funded and California’s programs fall below national standards, new report finds

    Head Start, the federally funded early childhood education and social service program, is poorly funded, and quality and access is uneven across the states, according to a new sweeping analysis from the National Institute for Early Education Research. The report finds program quality falls below standard benchmarks, teacher pay in California …

  • 19 December

    Law Education

    By: Terry Ahtziry Cardenas Banda, lawyer and former professor. In life one of my greatest passions is the law, as a Mexican lawyer and living the greater part of my life in a city neighboring the United States, it rise on me the interest about knowing and understanding the American …

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